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Issues with sync to local directory #85

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yafp opened this Issue Dec 11, 2017 · 3 comments

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yafp commented Dec 11, 2017

Operating system

  • Ubuntu Linux - 0.10.38

Application

  • Desktop

Problem

  • I did create some test notebooks and notes
  • I then configured in Options a local sync path
  • Triggers sync manually - no results/output in the configured local sync folder. No error either.
  • Restarted the app and all notes and notebooks are gone

If i create new notes now, they get synced to the configured folder. So it seems like a problem which only happens after configuring the local sync path and next app start.


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laurent22 commented Dec 12, 2017

I couldn't replicate this but there are several changes regarding sync path in the last version, so could you give it a try and see if it's still happening?

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crile commented Dec 14, 2017

I observe same kind of problem on Windows (v0.10.39)

To reproduce:

  • backup local sync directory
  • delete local sync directory
  • start joplin
  • synchronize
  • everything is gone (it is normal)
  • stop joplin
  • restore the local sync directory from your backup
  • restart joplin
  • the notebooks are gone (tags and documents seem to be here)
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laurent22 commented Jan 15, 2018

Thanks to @crile steps I managed to replicate and fix this issue, so this use-case will be supported in the next version.

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